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HATCH MEMORIAL LIBRARY 
BAY PATH JUNK)* OOUUKC 




PORTICO '68 



Editor-in-Chief 
Associate 

Literary Editor 

Associate 

Staff 

Layout Editor 

Associate 

Photography Editor 

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Judith Rosenfield 
Elizabeth Wholley 
Deborah Wylie 
Patricia Bogdanovich 
Deborah Huck 
Noreen Nussbaum 
Marcia Metz 
Susan Brown 
Pamela Smith 
Mary Salamone 



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BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE 



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DEDICATION 



Pathways of knowledge cannot be successfully traveled alone. How many times 
have we needed someone to give us a guiding hand or a helpful word? These are 
things we often need to aid us over the rough spots along the way. 

Here at Bay Path we are fortunate to have easy access to such comfort and 
guidance whenever we need it. It is found in the person of a woman and scholar 
who has great faith in the essential good of young women and is eager to aid them 
in any way she can. She has set before us an example of fairness and integrity and 
has produced in us the desire and courage to participate in a challenging world. 

She has helped us to prepare for this task through her stimulating and effective 
teaching, which was always enriched with her warm good humor and understand- 
ing. Always evident has been her strong personal devotion to her duties, and her 
contagious spirit has inspired the seniors to superior attainment in all their class 
activities. 

Dedication! On the surface it seems a small word . . . deceptively small. Dedi- 
cation entails sacrifice of time and self for the perpetuation of ideals. As dedication 
is the essence of this woman, so is her faith in us the source of our strength. These 
outstanding attributes demand this testimonial to Assistant Professor of Secretarial 
Science, Joanne M. Kane. 





JEANETTE T. li RIGHT. Dean of the College 
1 /( e President for Academic Affairs 



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ADMINISTRATION 



A//LO F. GALBRAITH 

Vice President for Financial Affairs 

Treasurer 







DOUGLAS D. PERKINS 
Assistant /<> the President 



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PRESIDENT CARR'S MESSAGE 



The problem of communication between generations has always been difficult. 
Our generations — yours and mine — are no exception. The younger generation, 
perhaps in honest and impatient frustration, condemns what it docs not under- 
stand. The older generation tends to offer apologies for tasks left undone and 
problems unsolved. I offer no such apology for my generation — and if my peers 
would constantly remind you that your generation has spent very little time listen- 
ing to our voice of experience, I accept no such reminder because I believe more 
of you have been listening than we realize. 

The world may be plagued with war, poverty, disease and racial strife but I 
maintain that no previous generation has ever been left, as yours has been, a 
legacy of the tools of communication, transportation and technology with which to 
work on the solution of these problems. Never before has a generation provided all 
of these tools and at the same time left offspring with the intelligence and enthusi- 
asm to use them. In the last few years, our news media have been busy disseminat- 
ing stories of the unwashed, the hippies and the beatniks; however, extensive 
research indicates that this element is but a small segment of a very serious-minded 
and intelligent college student population. 

Your contribution to whatever small corner of the world you live in will be 
essentially a personal one. Charles Duncan Mclver said, "When you educate a 
man you educate an individual; when you educate a woman you educate a whole 
family." Therefore, in fulfilling your personal role as a woman keep in mind those 
"little things" that hold a family and a community together and make living a 
worthwhile experience . . . remember the importance of not taking yourself so 
seriously that you forget to take time out to dream a little, it adds an element of 
imagination . . . provide moments for music and poetry, they add tranquillity and 
compassion to your relationship with people . . . above all, love someone so much 
that occasionally you cry, this will ensure that you laugh a lot. 

That you may enjoy life, I wish you good health; that you may be successful, I 
wish you eood luck. 




IN MEMORIAM 




DR. PAUL E. THISSELL 

1897-1968 



Following is a copy of the remarks delivered on the occasion of the funeral of Dr. 
Paul E. Thissell by his friend John Mitchell: 

We are here to pay our last respects to a man who was respected by all of us — and 
dearly loved by some of us. It is appropriate, I think, to consider what manner of 
man was our friend. 

He was a quiet man, somewhat reserved — perhaps a bit shy — in social intercourse. 
Yet he had a great capacity for friendship — and when he had decided that any 
person was his friend, then he was unalterably loyal to that person. 
He was a completely dedicated teacher, a scholar by nature and choice, as well as 
by profession, a distinguished Romance philologist. He was also very close to 
nature, a skillful and tireless gardener and orchardist, a very close and knowledge- 
able observer and supporter of wild life, an attracter and supporter of all manner 
of stray dogs and cats. He was a man of immense personal sell discipline, and a 
man of monumental integrity; his principles were the product of long and searching 
contemplation, and he lived altogether by those principles. Not ;in active church 
member, he nevertheless was possessed of a deep and secure religious faith. 
These are the things he was: teacher, nature lover, music lover, animal lover, man 
of integrity, loyal friend — this is the friend we have lost 

Most of us are the richer for having known him — with his passing there passes a 
little bit of ourselves. Yet he will live on in our memories, in our love, in our esteem. 

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Dean of Instruction 

Professor; Chairman. Behavioral Science Department 




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Dean of Students 




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JOHN P. GAFFNEY 
Associate Professor of English 
"Shakespeare would never believe this: 




ROB1 V I M HARRIMAN 
Instructor in Malhen 

we don't have Mitch Ryder and tin- Detroit Wheels." 




ANNETTE S. BONNEAU 

Instructor in Secretarial Science 
"Monday, Monday — Can't trust that day. 



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GEORGE M. NASSAR 

Instructor in Law 

"Sure, I'll be glad to take your case. 




JOANNE M. KANE 

Instructor in Secretarial Sciences 
"Boy, was my face red!" 





ROBER1 w GERICK1 

Professor; Chairman. .Sinial Science Department 

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MARIE GOULD SEATON 

Assistant Professor of Secretarial Sciences 
"First, you take off the cover." 




BARBARA MILNE 
Instructor in Secretarial Sciences 
"Put on a happy face." 



GERALD J. KANE 

Instructor in English 

"Good Lord, the mothers are marching!' 





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ARTHUR A. HART 

Associate Professor; Chairman, Art Department 

"Ail I want is perfection." 




PAUL E. THISSELL 

Professor; Chairman, Modern Language Department 

"I'm watching every move yon make. I never miss a thing. 

CHARLES E. PAGE 

Instructor, Director of Music 

"All together now — one anda two anda three." 




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WILLIAM B. WHITHAM 
Instructor in Social Science 
"It's not all that bad, ladies." 



LUCILLE WICKERSHAM 

Librarian 

"1 know — thin with big print. 



MURIEL J. MITCHELL 

Associate Professor of English 

"Along came a spider and sat down beside her." 





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PHILIP H. CLARKE 

Associate Professor; Chairman, English Department 
"Oh, those Reel Sox!" 





BETTY S. HESEN 
Learning Laboratory Assistant 
"You're taking remedial what?" 



PAUL C. NORTON 

Instructor in English 

"Duck down, we're on campus now. 





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WILL A. DICKHUTH 

Associate Professor of Behavioral Science 

"Who said psychology is for the birds?" 



SALLY B. MAYBURY 

Professor of Secretarial Sciences 

"If they asked me, I could write a book." 




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ROBERT M. DIXON 

Associate Professor; Chairman, Science Department 

"No, they haven't had their distemper shots." 



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WILFRED D. WRIGHT 

Instructor in Social Science 

"I have a little time on my hands. 




ALICE L. Will I II AM 
Instructor in I rent h 
w, W., I told you not to call me here!" 



PI \RI I R. PI I \ AM 
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GRACE M. DIXON 

Director of Athletic Activities 

"Well Bob. I never said I was Maid Marian. 





FRANCES A. M1KUSZEWSK1 
Director of Student Activities 
"Oh, you're kidding." 

KLARA K. WENDER 

Assistant Treasurer 

"I exceed my allowance, too." 




DEN I SON ANDREWS 
Admissions Counselor 
'lust blew last week's pay. 

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ANN C. MEYER 

Secretary to the Director of Admissions 

"What? The Maroon Key is on strike!" 



CLAIRE F. S1MAR 

Registrar 

"I'm sorry, that class is closed. 




GWENDOl Y\ I IONES 

Admissions Conn '•dor 
"I talk to the trees." 




PATRICK />/ is) 

Learning Laboratory Technician 

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SOPHIA S. WATERMAN 

Library Assistant 

"These books are reserved for me. 



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ROSEMARY F. C A HILL 

Nurse 

"Morphine no, aspirin yes!" 



BERN ICE P. VAILL 

Dietitian 

"No, we don't cater parties." 





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EDWARD RICHARDS 

Chief of Security 
"We aim to police." 




NORMA E. B1NN1G 

Library Assistant 

"Dewey or don't we?" W1LLARD H. FREER 

Superintendent of Buildings and (hounds 
"From the valley of the jolly ... ho, ho, ho 




/ RSESTISi. R. ITRS.tl /> 

Cataloguer 

"My finger's stuck, call the Red Cross' 



ILICl S G IRDNl R 
Social Director 
\ tman's work is never done'' 

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VIRGINIA MARUCA 
Idministrative Assistant 

"No, this isn't ;i Direct Line to the White House! 





ELEANOR H. GAY 

Secretary to the Vice President for Academic Affairs 
"But it's five o'clock." 




VtARJORJl M LEGER 

Secreiui . to il"' Vice President for Financial Affairs 
"I've been juggling the books for yc;ns." 



ELEANOR M. RIORDAN 

Receptionist 

"No, this isn't Springfield College." 



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KATHERINE CUNNINGHAM 

Manager, Bookstore 

"No. we don't sell Monarch study guides." 



MADELINE E. ROBSON 

Bookkeeper 

"I can see for miles." 



RUTH M. EARRELL 
Secretary to the Dean of Students 
"Where do 1 plug in my typewriter?" 




DELORES C. ENN1S RITA B. LA PERLE, ELEANOR G. EITZPATRICK 

Supervisor of Mailing & Duplicating Department; Clerk-Typists 

". . . and we have to answer each and every one." 




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ALICE R1ISKA 

Residence Director, Bolli/m Hall 

"Uh-oh. here they come." 



DELLA B. KYER 

Residence Director, Empsall Hall 
"To our left is a Venus Fly Trap." 





RUTH E. GOSS 

Residence Director, Perkins Hall 
"Pretty soon I'll need a machete to get 
through my apartment." 

A. LOIS LINDSAY 
Residence Director, Sontli Hall 
"Come in and tell me all about it. 





SENIORS 



■Two years. . . a college campus . . . a student 
Who is she? A girl enters, wearing her beany 
and then a woman, wearing her graduation cap with 
joyful pride, departs. 

•This is a Bay Path girl. . . an individual . . . yet part 
of a whole. She is many things. . . a student a 
question, a dream. 

. Portico '68 is a reflection of her and the way she lives 
a reflection of the people she meets and the thin*s she ' 
does . . . Most important, it is a memory of you 












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West Springfield, Massachusetts 





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Marlboro, Massachusetts 



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Schenectady, New York 



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Enfield, Connecticut 





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South Yarmouth, Massachusetts 



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Rome, New York 



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Stamford, Connecticut 



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New Haven, Connecticut 





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Hamden, Connecticut 





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Middleton, Massachusetts 



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Rockville, Connecticut 



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East Hartford, Connecticut 




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Hubbardston, Massachusetts 



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Bristol. Connecticut 




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East Haven, Connecticut 




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Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 




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South Windsor, Connecticut 




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Brockton, Massachusetts 



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Winchester, Massachusetts 




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Wcthersfiekl. Connecticut 




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Wethersfield, Connecticut 



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Reading. Massachusetts 

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NANCY JEAN EASTON 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



JOANNE DONINGTON 
Chatham. New Jersey 




MARILYN CHRISTINE DAUTEL 

Trumbull, Connecticut 




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Derby Line, Vermont 





HARRIET WARD EVANS 
Fayettevillc, New York 



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Danvers, Massachusetts 

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Leominster, Massachusetts 




LINDA ANN FORD 
Housatonic, Massachusetts 



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Willimansett, Massachusetts 







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Cincinnati, Ohio 







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Ludlow, Massachusetts 



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Wesl Hartford, Connecticut 



ELLEN R. GOLDSTEIN 
West Hartford, Connecticut 





CLAIRE LOUISE GILBREATH 

Marlboro, Massachusetts 



DEBORAH ANN GOODMAN 
West Hartford, Connecticut 

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JUDITH ANN GASTONE 
Springfield. Massachusetts 



MARIANNE GRIFFIN 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



CAROL ANNE GOVE 
Springfield. Massachusetts 




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Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



SUZANNE THERESA GNIADY 

Chicopee Falls. Massachusetts 





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Nanuet, New York 




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Fairview, Massachusetts 




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Brattleboro, Vermont 




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Windsor, Connecticut 



NANCY ANN GONNELLO 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




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Waterbury, Connecticut 



DIANE BURRELL DRAKE 
Fairfield, Connecticut 




BEVERLY ELLEN GRANT 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 




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Fairfield, Connecticut 






LINDA JANE HEDSTROM 
Newington, Connecticut 



ROSALEEN HURLEY 

South Hadley, Massachusetts 

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Wilton, Connecticut 





SUSAN JANE HERRING 
Gales Ferry, Connecticut 



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Darien, Connecticut 




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Layton, New Jersey 



CECELIA ANNE HARRINGTON 
Springfield. Massachusetts 





SUSAN HOWES 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



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Marlboro, Vermont 



BARBARA ANN HITCHCOCK 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

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Hartford. Connecticut 



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Glen Rock, New Jersey 



JOAN RORY KARGMAN 

West Hartford, Connecticut 




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Monson, Massachusetts 






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Middletown, Connecticut 



SHARON RUTH KELLY 

Short Hills, New Jersey 



CHRISTINE HOFFMAN 
Enfield, Connecticut 





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New Preston, Connecticut 



LINDA LOU KNELL 
Meriden. Connecticut 



KANDRA ANN JONES 
Madison, Connecticut 




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Fultonville, New York 





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Miami, Floiul.i 



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Livingston, New Jersej 



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Sunderland, Massachusetts 




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Rockville, Connecticut 

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Longmeadow, Massachusetts 




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Westport, Connecticut 




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Westfield, Massachusetts 



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Northampton, Massachusetts 





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Westport, Connecticut 




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Willimanselt, Massachusetts 



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Wilbraham, Massachusetts 




KATHRYN KRZYSTOFIK 

Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 




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Cromwell, Connecticut 



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Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



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Thompsonville, Connecticut 



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Willimansett, Massachusetts 



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West Springfield, Massachusetts 




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Agawam, Massachusetts 



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Merrimac, Massachusetts 



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Westfield. Massachusetts 




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Higganum, Connecticut 



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Crawfordsville, Indiana 



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Windsor Locks, Connecticut 



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Springfield, Massachusetts 




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Chatham, New Jersej 




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Chicopee, Massachusetts 



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Old Lyme. Connecticut 






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North Haven, Connecticut 



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Beverly, Massachusetts 



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Chatham. New Jersey 




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New Milford, Connecticut 





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Naugatuck, Connecticut 




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Westfield, Massachusetts 




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West Hartford, Connecticut 



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Bloomfield, Connecticut 




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Agawam, Massachusetts 




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Lenox, Massachusetts 



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Bristol, Connecticut 




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Crofton, Maryland 




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Nichols, Connecticut 




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Sudbury, Massachusetts 





KAREN ANN STARCK 

Centerville, Massachusetts 



MARY ANNE SALAMONE 
Schenectady, New York 




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Glastonbury, Connecticut 




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Indian Orchard, Massachusetts 



JANE CECELIA STEFANSKI 

Putnam, Connecticut 




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Milford, Connecticut 





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Claremont, New Hampshire 








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SANDRA M. SNIDER 

North Springfield, Virginia 



JOANNE SALAMONE 

Schenectady, New York 





LYNN NINA TALBERT 
Livingston, New Jersey 






SUSAN MARTHA SPAHL 
Thompson, Connecticut 




KATHRINE D. THOMAS 

Upper Montclair, New Jersey 



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SANDRA JEAN SUTTON 

Wilbraham, Massachusetts 




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DEBORAH FAITH TEECE 

West Springfield, Massachusetts 




SHARON ANEITA TAYLOR 
Putnam, Connecticut 



DEBORAH ANNE SCHMIDT 
Chatham, New Jersey 

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Agawann, Massachusetts 



MARY JO THOMAS 

Westport, Connecticut 




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Manchester, < 'onnecticul 



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East Haven, Connecticut 




SHEILA ANN SWIKALUS 
Agawam, Massachusetts 



ANDREA LYNNE SILVER 
Springfield, Massachusetts 








STEPHANIE SORENSON 
Portland, Connecticut 



SUSAN GAE SCOTT 
Fair Haven, New Jersey 





DIANE STEPHAN 
Dayton, Ohio 



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NANCY JUNE VOUGHT 
Georcetown, Connecticut 




KATHERINE ELIZABETH WHYTE 
New York City, New York. 






SUSAN ANDREA WHIPPLE 




Longmeadow, 


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Torrington, Connecticut 



JORJEAN WALTMON 
Washington, D.C. 




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Danbury, Connecticut 




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TERESA ANN WARY AS 
South Deerfield, Massachusetts 





AUDREY ANNE WILLARD 
Manchester, Connecticut 



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Narberth, Pennsylvania 



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Wilmineton, Delaware 




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Hamclen, Connecticut 



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MEREDITH WATSON 

Wayland Hills, Massachusetts 




LYNNE ELIZABETH WAITE 

Bow, New Hampshire 



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Wcsl Springfield. Massachusetts 



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North Haven, Connecticut 



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Hartford, Connecticut 




DEBORAH MAE WYLIE 

Windsor, Connecticut 



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DONNA MARIE ZOFFOLI 

East Canaan, Connecticut 



PAULA K. ZADES 

Chicopee, Massachusetts 




MARY BETH YOUNG 

Newington, Connecticut 



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JOYCE ROSE ZAVARELLA 

Wethersfield, Connecticut 



NADIA MARIA WASYLENKO 
Wapping, Connecticut 



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Watertown, Connecticut 











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TRADITIONS 



Juniors . 
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Seniors . . . pull, pull, pull 
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. . . The proudest evening of the year . . .our 
dads made better dates than the best of the 
Springfield men . . . 




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Presentation of queen candidates . . . excitement . . . tension 
. . lights . . . quiet . . . a final choice . . . applause . . . 
congeniality, the essence of a queen. 






Bonnie Robnett, Maureen O'Brien, Penelope Repp, Deborah Roberts 

Janet Guttman, our Queen 

Lynn Waite, Pamela Johnson, Laurie Stoeckcr, Marcia Metz 



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Christmas . . . a snow-covered campus 
songs raised on high . . . the joy of child- 





. . . A gala holiday formal 
. . . a feeling of well-being 

candles in the dark . . . 



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Carol McCracken, Katherine Durrell, Jo Ellen F'iiic. Diane Raue, 
Donna Garneau, Courtney Pastorfield 



Karin Comino, Diane Faselle. Teresa Talbot. Barbara I ee 




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Carol Small, Kathleen Nolan, Ann McDermott, Charlene Lynch, 
Christine Murtaugh, Barbara Bombaci, Conine Carcano, Melanie 
Blanchette 



Anne Drescher. Lynne De Dominicis, Melanie Van Heusen, 
Ellen Bullock. Deborah Hawkins. Kathleen Murty 




Barbara Hall, Judith Milne, Joanne Mullane, Beverly Jezek, Dolores Bitter 





Melinda Mastin, Lorraine Loughlin. Shirley Phillips. Michele Clancy. Barbara Bowen, 
Deborah Hagar 



Nancy Aramanda, Joan Bernstein, Carol Paddock, Jane Plodzik 




Martha Atwood. Norma Carlson, Bette I ange, (Catherine 
Alphas. Ellen Jameson 




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Valerie Evans, Janice DUk, Elaine Kizyston, Susan Lagerquist, Char- 


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Jill Tomasi, Anne Blanchfield, Ten' Van Wager 



Denise Corthouts, Cheryl Krawczyk, Marjorie Harmon, Marlaine Hassin Su 
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Pamela Drowne, Karen Sla.son, Kathy Ford. Valerie Freemai 



Nancy Wolf 

Denise de Villeroy 

Mary Hickey 




Donna Bertera, Alicia Hackett, Linda Nelson, Julie Lesik, Maureen Speary. Nancy Short 



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Ellen Reynolds. Marilyn Kupper, Patricia Lyons, Janet Voorhis, Ann 
Nichols. Andrea Spada. Rachael Wortman 




\l;.rilcc Batcman, Stephanie Dusick, Janet Guiel, Gayle Zuman, Linda Adams, Diane Fiorini, 
Janet Rickus 



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Marjorie Hirschland 

Terri Tatsapaugh 

Nancy Bechum 

Candice Tedder 

Carling Huffaker 

Patricia Magrini 

Joanne Harrington 





fane Cutler, Carolyn Sampeck, Nancy Manzi, Janice Telfer, \ndrea Sumergrade, S 
Rowell, Pamela Brokate 



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Carol Bull, Mary Ellen Breuler, Gabrielle Sharpless, Deborah Dell'Oro, Jo- 
anne Corosa, Deborah Bryant 



Cheryl D'Aleo 
Julie James 
Kathy McCave 
Lorie Hodge 
Susan Iervolino 
Dianne Malley 






Beverly Hick, Marilyn Williams, Susan Terry, Elaine Kazan, Kathleen Lock- 
hart, Christiane Fisher 




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Christine Pasek, Judy Hobbs. Dm 
Fresher. Josephine Segerstrom. Karen 
Polek, Evelyn Dwyer 




Janice Weed 

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Melissa O'Brien 

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Kathleen Stillman 

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Edith Bickoff. Marjorie Hopkins, Lauren Nielsen, Susan Pic- 
colo, Mary Jane Kaar 



K;ithleen Lewis. Miriam Sachs 





Carol Belton, Juanita Pareles, Beverly Lucas, Joan Nufrio, Barbara McKaha, Joan Peters 




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Brenda Higgins, Susan Goldsmith, Lois Monteleone, Lilian Cook, Christine Oiniond. Candace 
Hewett 



I inda Kaplan. Babette Brown, Alexis Mayers, Beverly l 
gill, Pamela Johnson. I vnn Meier 




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Joclle Ducros, Lisbeth Crowell, Rmh Bradford, Carolyn Deacy, 

Candace Gardner, Dehorah Galley 



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Karen Benoit. Wendy Booth. Candace Conklin. Cheryl Cushner. Leontine Hart, Cynthia 
Randall. Barbara Burleigh. Sherry Hurley, Sandra Janssen 



Jolena Longo, Martha Rogers, Andrea Jack, Marianne Parrelli, Carol 
Hull. Frances Spryzenski 




Anne Witkop. Margaret Sheehan. Claire Mills. Thomasina 
Ferguson. Mildred Peterson. Susan Starinovich. Renate Balck 



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Nancy Smith, Lynn Gracely, Dorothy Godlewski, Ann Bald- 
win, Debra Wulff 





Suzanne Blanchard, Suzanne Bourcier, Linda Tafl, Cynthia Bishop, 
Judith Gunn 



Jill Benton, Mary Babbit, Virginia Freeman. Deborah Gross. Helen Vennard. Emily Dahmcr 



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Donna Bimler 
Janice Gilman 
Carol Nichols 
Christine Sic 
Barbara Vaughan 



Joyce Allen, Diane Becker, Judith Colburn, Laurie 
y^ Stoecker, Stephanie Seiter 



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. . . FALL CONVOCATION HONORS SCHOLARS 

The Maroon Key . . . presented to members of 
the senior class who have achieved Dean's List standing 
the previous two semesters . . . entitles members to act 
as official hostesses, guides, and ushers at college func- 
tions . . . informal meetings with the faculty and Deans 
of the college . . . Alumnae Scholarship Award pre- 
sented to outstanding scholar of the senior class, Deb- 
orah Huck . . . Jane Clark, recipient of the Ruth E. 
Goss Scholarship Award. . . . 





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A PROCRWl OF RELIGIOUS. INTELLECTUAL. AND SOCIAL 
\CTIVITIES . . . The Newman Club . . . discussions and guest speakers 
. . . Rev. Jeremiah Shine. "Changes in Theology" . . . informal discussions 
with neighboring colleges . . . advised by Mrs. Marie Seaton . . . Bonnie 
Robnett. president . . . Mary Grosso. vice-president . . . Pam Ratti. sec- 
retary . . . Man Babbit, treasurer. . . . 








. . . DISCUSSION OF PERTINENT 
TOPICS IN NON-DENOMINATIONAL 

PERSPECTIVE . . . Tuesdays ... the 
Round Table . . . frequent speaker, Rev. 
Clarke B. Schaaf . . . Deborah Huck and 
Janet Guttman co-officers . . . advisor, 
Miss Frances Mikuszewski ... in addi- 
tion to formal meetings, the Round Table 
sponsors traditional Service of Lights . . . 
provocative movies and comments. . . . 



. . . PROMOTES, DISCUSSES, AND 
CRITICIZES THE ART OF THE 
CINEMA . . . Film Study Club . . . 
members, in conjunction with advisor 
Mr. Paul Norton, meet . . . discuss . . . 
and debate the quality of performance 
and production of films attended . . . 
promotes interest in cinemagraphic art. 




. . . PRESENTS ONE FULL-LENGTH PERFORMANCE A 
YEAR . . . Drama Club . . . furthers appreciation of the dramatic 
arts . . . staged at Mills Little Theatre . . . presentation this year, a 
Greek classic . . . "Antigone" . . . club under direction of Mr. John 
Gaffney . . . president, Lynn Lcwitt . . . secretary, Janet Guiel. 



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CONVOCATION SERIES 



Dr. Ashley Montague 
Honor's Convocation 
"The Natural Superiority of Women" 



Doraine and Ellis 





Clement Greenberg and Michael Kirby 

Colloquium 

"The Happening" 



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Bollum Hall Officers: Candace Conklin, Marion Pulleyn, Janet Guttman, president 




Empsall Hall 

Officers: 
Dorothy Dodge 
Joan Bernstein 
Mary Sakovich, 

president 
Patricia Lyons 



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RESIDENCE HALLS 



Perkins Hall Officers: Thalia Chekos, president; Elizabeth Gerlach, 
Melissa Cook, Mary Ellen Breuler, Judith Herrell, Carol Bull. 



THE RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 

BOLLUM HALL . . . 

Priscilla Case, Melinda 
Cooper, Linda Knox, 
Suzanne Moore, Audrey 
Willard . . . 

EMPSALL HALL . . . 
Gina Natalie . . . 
SOUTH HALL . . . Diane 
Burris, Marilyn Dautel, 
Judith Englehardt, 
Joanne Salamone, 
Francine Smith. . . . 



South Hall 

Officers: 
Helen Eustis 
Beverley Richey, 

president 
Beverly Lucas 




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. . . SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR THE CLASS OF 1968 . . . Victory on Campus 
Day . . . fund raising "Spaghetti Dinner" . . . Spring Formal . . . officers in 
perpetual motion . . . Lynne Waite, president . . . Dianne Burris, vice-president 
. . . Carol Dana, secretary . . . Marilyn Dautel, treasurer. . . . 




. . . OFFICERS OF THE 
CLASS OF 1969 CO-ORDI- 
NATE JUNIOR ACTIVITIES 

. . . Sponsor Christmas Formal 
. . . unify effort of the junior 
class . . . class treasury bene- 
fited from the "Pancake Dinner" 
. . . advised by Miss Frances 
Mikuszewski . . . president, Lau- 
rie Stoecker . . . vice-president, 
Donna Garneau . . . secretary, 
Melanie Blanchette . . . treas- 
urer, Terri Van Wagenen. . . . 



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. . . COUNCIL PERFORMS VITAL SERVICE ON CAMPUS ... In 

its capacity as the organization of student government . . . the Student 
Council . . . welcomes juniors . . . organizes first mixer of the college year 
. . . handles election of class officers . . . sponsors Christmas party for 
underprivileged children . . . Northampton Book Fair, new this year . . . 
Council structure combines ideas, opinions, and suggestions . . . 





Gina Natalie, secretary 



Audiw Willard, treasurer 





. . . ENCOURAGES STUDY OF SO- 
CIAL AND CULTURAL LIFE IN 
OUR COUNTRY AND OTHERS . . . 

The Social Science Club . . . heightens 
student awareness of the achievements of 
man in all cultures . . . faculty guest 
speaker, Mr. Gerald Kane . . . "Hip- 
pies" . . . advised by Dr. Robert 
Gericke . . . co-officers, Priscilla Case 
and Linda Knox. . . . 





. . . VOLUNTEERS PROVIDE A 
MUCH NEEDED SERVICE AT 
LEEDS HOSPITAL . . . Participate in 
recreational activities with patients . . . 
program develops responsible attitudes 
toward community activities . . . success 
of endeavor attributed to dedication of 
members. . . . 




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PRISE KEYNOTES . . . select group of 
Glee Club members sing at many college 
functions, and other organizations by in- 
vitation . . . sponsor Inter-Collegiate 
Song Fest . . . specialize in contempo- 
rary music. . . . 



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THE FIELD OF MUSIC ... Bay Path 
Junior College Glee Club . . . composed 
of students who have exhibited their sing- 
ing ability . . . under the direction of 
Mr. Charles Page . . . performed at the 



Service of Lights 
with Amherst . . 
Kelly, president . 
vice-president . . 
tary-treasurer . . 



. . Spring Concert 
Officers . . . Jean 
. Claire Gilbrcath, 
Betsey Lang, secre- 
Nancy Alexander, 



Diane Raue, librarians. 





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. . . FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO FURTHER THEIR 
ATHLETIC INTERESTS . . . the Outing Club . . . offers 
school sponsored activities . . . inter-semester ski trip . . . 
mountain climbing . . . horseback riding . . . faculty ad- 
visor, Mr. Robert Dixon . . . under leadership of Sally Kel- 
logg and Maureen O'Brien. . . . 




. . . ENCOURAGES SKILLS IN ALL 
ASPECTS OF HORSEMANSHIP . . . Affiliated 
with Martin School of Horsemanship . . . the 
Boots and Saddles Club . . . lessons provide fur- 
thering of skills in equitation and jumping . . . 
both novices and experienced riders enjoy the 
challenges of this extra-curricular activity. . . . 




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. . . SENIORS SPONSOR "SPAGHETTI DINN] K 

. . . Checked tablecloths, wine bottles, posters . . . 
hard work and a unified effort . . . enjoyable evening 
for all. . . . 











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. . . PRESENTS A HISTORY OF THE PAST SCHOOL 
YEAR . . . 1968 edition of Portico . . . Goal, to achieve 
the real personality of students . . . faculty . . . and the 
college as a whole . . . advisor . . . Mr. Arthur Hart. . . . 



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. Weekends ... a date with Glen Hall . . . schedules, deadlines, 
re-takes . . . Forest Park ... a guard named Tom . . . informal 
portraits . . . Xenny . . . 
excitement, frustration, gratification . . . 
for what? a new idea. . . . 




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no more eight o'clocks . . .no more mad 

rushes to the mailboxes . . .no more crammed 

parking lots . . .no more lights grinning out 

of the library . . .no more shouts . . .no more people; 

nothing but promise . . . and a whole world waiting . . 




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